sweetened and creamy, using only four ingredients: chia seeds, light coconut milk (or your preferred milk), vanilla essence, and pure maple syrup.
I've always enjoyed chia pudding, but it's never been a regular part of my daily routine. After trying several varieties, I've finally found my favorite:
creamy (coconut milk is my preference!), not too thick, and soaked for exactly the correct amount of time (spoiler alert: overnight).
When topped with fresh fruit and toasted almonds, it creates a wonderful and nutritious breakfast or snack. While today's recipe is my new go-to formula
One of the best things about chia pudding is that it can be prepared and refrigerated for up to 5 days (or longer), making it the perfect grab-and-go breakfast or snack for busy weekdays.
How long should chia pudding soak? Chia pudding should soak for at least 2 to 3 hours to properly hydrate and gel; however, I like the texture and flavor of overnight chia pudding
which soaks for 8 to 12 hours. The seeds are more fully hydrated, and any added flavors, like as vanilla or spices, are more noticeable.
Texture and soak time: This chia pudding recipe has been tested and is intended to be prepared overnight. If you wish to serve this chia pudding
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